Everton player Robin Olsen 'robbed by machete thugs' in his home with young family

Everton player Robin Olsen 'robbed by machete thugs' in his home with young family
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Everton player Robin Olsen was reportedly robbed in his home in front of his young family, Apasport.az reports citing Echo.

The goalkeeper, who joined the Blues on loan from Roma at the start of the season, is believed to have been held at knife point in front of his wife and two young children.

 the 39-year-old was "marched around his home" by the masked raiders after they crashed into his house on Saturday night.

The Swedish national was at home with his wife and children, aged two and five, at the time of the robbery before the masked men left with valuable jewellery and a luxury watch.

It is believed that the incident at Olsen's home is being investigated by Greater Manchester Police.

The robbery took place in Altrincham, luxury area where many football players have bought homes while playing for North West teams.

No one is believed to have been injured in the incident.

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